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Sony Music Unlimited Ramps on Android Tablets

Written by Maria Krisette. Posted in Android, News, Software and Apps

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Published on October 25, 2011 with No Comments

First the Sony Tablets hit the market and now Sony is hitting eardrums of Android tablet owners. Sony launched their new service called the Music Unlimited. The Sony’s Music Unlimited is now available on Android Tablets. It was originally introduced to the Android phones, and now they have freely ramp the service to the Android tablets as well. Users can now enjoy more than 10 million tracks available on the Sony’s service catalog. The service was jointly ventured by the Spotify, MOG, Rdio and Rhapsody as one of the first on-demand providers to the music lovers who are using their Android devices. Sony’s Music Unlimited is now available Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Spain, United Kingdom, and United States. It also provides new features and enhancements once you get to use the service.

Sony’s Music Unlimited version 1.2 is also compatible with the Sony Tablet S in addition to the enhanced user interface. The updated UI in version 1.2 enables some improvements. Enjoy your tablet as you experience faster playlist, easier search for related artists/songs; you can quickly navigate the album and catalog and faster search results.
Consumers can choose between two monthly subscriptions from Sony, $3.99 for basic access and $9.99 for premium. The good news is, according to the press release of Sony, The first-time subscribers to the Music Unlimited who are users of Sony Tablet can be avail a 180-day trial of the Basic subscription plan, and also 30-day free trial is available to everyone.

via Cnet News